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causality condition[kȯ′zal·əd·ē kən‚dish·ən]
The condition of a space-time requiring there be no closed nonspacelike curves.
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This result has since been generalized to the case of four-dimensional gravity with an imposed causality condition
, formulation known as Causal Dynamical Triangulations (CDT).
Bierens (2007) Granger causality condition
form as: (...) Yt does not Granger-cause [x.sub.t] if
The second question is, who did subjects in the causality condition
list as causal?
The presence of a naked singularity in a solution of Einstein's field equations may break down the causality condition
and may form closed timelike curves (CTCs).